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Hot Pursuit (Troubleshooters Series #15)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

Better and Better

After "Dark of Night" tied up so many plot lines in such a satisfactory way in the Troubleshooter's world, I was afraid Ms Brockmann might have come to the end of the series. Thank goodness it seems there will be many more stories to tell. "Hot Pursuit" kept me turning...
After "Dark of Night" tied up so many plot lines in such a satisfactory way in the Troubleshooter's world, I was afraid Ms Brockmann might have come to the end of the series. Thank goodness it seems there will be many more stories to tell. "Hot Pursuit" kept me turning pages late into the night and got me up early the next morning to finish it. She brought back familiar and loved characters and introduced some new ones in a storyline that was much more straightforward thriller-mystery-romance than usual. A terrific lineup of truly creepy suspects kept me guessing to the end, and some hot new romantic angles - can't wait to see what happens with Izzy and Gilligan - keep the love lights burning. From personal preference I have to give a small markdown in writing style: I'm not a fan of the flashback story-within-a-story which appears frequently in her books, not real excited by overly graphic sex scenes, and I wish the overdone gay storyline was toned back some along with the graphic hetero heat (I realize this is an important personal issue for Ms Brockmann but this overt agenda often requires unbelievably contorted verbal acrobatics to be inserted into the storyline). Obviously none of that is enough to keep me from eagerly anticipating her next installment in this complex and riveting series. Bring it on!!

posted by Lost-in-books on August 1, 2009

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Most Helpful Critical Review

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

hot pursuit

I have every one of Suzanne Brockman's "Trouble Shooter" series books. I have loved every one of them and can't wait for the next one. This book, however, seemed like she just coasted on the others in the series. Also, while her characters always have flaws (just like a...
I have every one of Suzanne Brockman's "Trouble Shooter" series books. I have loved every one of them and can't wait for the next one. This book, however, seemed like she just coasted on the others in the series. Also, while her characters always have flaws (just like all people do) I thought that Dan Gilman was pretty much of a jerk. I didn't like this book anywhere near as much as I liked all her other books. I hope the next one will be up to her usual standards

posted by 1509851 on August 5, 2009

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 7, 2014

    Not worth purchasing.

    The story was lame, the dialog was lame, the characters were lame and predictable.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 12, 2012

    This is the first Troubleshooter book by Brockman I've read, so

    This is the first Troubleshooter book by Brockman I've read, so maybe I missed something that makes it great. Personally, I didn't really like any of the characters in the book. Sam was the one I liked best, but he really doesn't seem particularly alpha male to me. Most of the hetero guys were jerks. Most of the gay guys seem to produce more estrogen than the women. The women weren't happy unless they were dominating the men in some fashion. Some of the little stuff that annoyed me--if you have a 10 month old, you're really going to put BOTH parents in hazardous situations? Also, as a mom who breastfed for quite a while, the leaking breast milk theme annoyed me. They have shields that protect your clothes, and after the first few months, your body generally gets enough control to not leak often. Also, a Navy SEAL who has a COEXIST tattoo? Really? The only coexist tattoo I can think 99% of Navy SEAL's would wear would be the one that used firearm manufacturers logos.

    I'm not a big fan of gay romance, I read romance to read what turns ME on. Ms Brockman can write what she wishes and I'm glad she has a following that enjoys her books. They're not for me, however.

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